The prairie at midday in autumn.

… sans kids, because school, and celebrated with a deli meal from the grocery store. One thing about the pasture is that it’s pretty much impossible to capture the feel of it in a photo. I’ve come close a few times, but the day I perfectly catch the feel of it will most likely neverContinue reading “The prairie at midday in autumn.”

Optimism, please.

This Soils and Streams column first appeared in the Sept. 10, 2018, issue of the Kearney Hub. Simple things can turn around discouragement of daily life Life ebbs and flows. In some ways, there’s a rhythm, some predictability. School begins as the growing season comes to an end. As kindergarteners in Bertrand, our oldest threeContinue reading “Optimism, please.”